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lux_martz: Shopping, true feminine felicity! Letitia Elizabeth Landon

lux_martz: Shopping, true feminine felicity! Letitia Elizabeth Landon

lux_martz: Shopping, true feminine felicity! Letitia Elizabeth Landon

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gopimaliwal: .. Letitia Elizabeth Landon: And the blood of her race rushes dark to her brow, The spirit of heroes has entered her now. Bring the death-cup, and never for my sake shall shame Quell the pride of my house, or dishonour its name.

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lux_martz: Shopping, true feminine felicity! Letitia Elizabeth Landon

lux_martz: Shopping, true feminine felicity! Letitia Elizabeth Landon

OfBeloit: "A sweet smile and a soft word have usually their desired effect." -Letitia Elizabeth Landon.

TheTLS: 'Miller is far too scrupulous and interesting a writer to be seduced by the salaciousness of her own discoveries.'

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PsycholQuotes: A brier rose whose buds yield fragrant harvest for the honey bee. A brier rose whose buds yield fragrant harvest for the honey bee. - Letitia Elizabeth Landon

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salehbadrah: Let me hear the winds go singing by, Lulling the waves with their melody: While the moon like a mother watches their sleep, And I ask no home but beside the deep. ~ Letitia Elizabeth Landon

poetictouch: Let me hear the winds go singing by, Lulling the waves with their melody: While the moon like a mother watches their sleep, And I ask no home but beside the deep. ~ Letitia Elizabeth Landon

RalphEmmers: No night is so long, but it breaks into day— No voyage, that has not an end to its way

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divafoyh: Your Daily Soul Quote: I think hearts are very much like glasses. If they do not break with the first ring, they usually last a considerable time. — Letitia Elizabeth Landon

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peterdamianent1: Speke Hall Letitia Elizabeth Landon O, fair old house—how Time doth honour thee, Giving thee what to-day may never gain, Of long respect and ancient poesy? The yew trees at thy doors are black with years, And filled with memories of those...

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TheTLS: 'L.E.L. came to maturity just as the voices of Shelley, Keats and Byron faded away and her life was over by the time the dominant figures of the Victorian novel made their names.'

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_QuotesBot_: Delicious tears! The heart's own dew. - Letitia Elizabeth Landon.

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op109: […] but about autumn there is a tender melancholy inexpressibly soothing; The very magnificence of its Assyrian array is touched with the light of imagination […] Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Ethel Churchill Allegory of Autumn, 1740-1750 Petrini Giuseppe Antonio robert hadley

peterdamianent1: Carthage - Letitia Elizabeth Landon Low it lieth—earth to earth— All to which that earth gave birth— Palace, market-street, and fane; Dust that never asks in vain, Hath reclaim’d its own again. Dust, the wide world’s king. Where are now the...

Aecentratius: St. Mawgan Church & Lanhern Nunnery, Cornwall -Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Book, 1835 (1834)

AaronNetsky: "The jealous doubt, the burning pain, That rack the lover's heart and brain; The fear that will not own it fear, The hope that cannot disappear..." - Letitia Elizabeth Landon The Troubadour, Canto 2

dibchlee: What a strange page in human history is that of social distinction; no people so savage but they have a sort of fashion. Even among the wild people in whose country.., there are all the small distinctions of small gentility The Female Portrait Gallery, Letitia Elizabeth Landon

HalfAsHistory: Letitia Elizabeth Landon, English poet and novelist 1838 · 184 years ago

HalfAsHistory: Letitia Elizabeth Landon, English poet and novelist 1838 · 184 years ago

NathanFrancis__: Let music make less terrible The silence of the dead; I care not, so my spirit last Long after life has fled. Poems:

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lux_martz: Shopping, true feminine felicity! Letitia Elizabeth Landon

PsycholQuotes: A brier rose whose buds yield fragrant harvest for the honey bee. A brier rose whose buds yield fragrant harvest for the honey bee. - Letitia Elizabeth Landon

ShinyHistGems: Influential post-Romantic poet and novelist Letitia Elizabeth Landon or L.E.L (1802-1838). She was also known for her “immoral” lifestyle

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JSTOR_Daily: Lady Caroline Lamb and poet Letitia Elizabeth Landon thrived at the school. Travel writer Emma Roberts and novelists Anna Maria Hall and Baroness Rosina Bulwer Lytton studied there at one time, as did the Austen sisters, Jane and Cassandra.

cefy: “A great change in life is like a cold bath in winter — we all hesitate at the first plunge.” Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Romance and Reality (1831)

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QuoteResearch: Imagination is a good servant, but a bad master Agatha Christie? Hercule Poirot? John Jortin? Maria Edgeworth? Richard Lovell? Letitia Elizabeth Landon? Anonymous?

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nemoloris: Keats and Chapman were both charmed and puzzled by their new friend’s love of evergreen shrubs. ‘But why does he recite Letitia Elizabeth Landon while he rolls on the ground?’, asked Keats. ‘A case of going LEL for heather, perhaps’, replied Chapman.

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